After a lengthy exchange on Facebook with The Masked Rose of Paris about forming an Alliance in order to destroy ISIS, I went to bed and had a dream. In this dream my old friend Keith appeared as a young man. We have not heard from him in six years. He was living in Thailand and told Chris he was going into Cambodia. I suspect he ran into a armed group and was killed. We, and our friends, were/are peace loving hippies. There is a time and purpose for everything under heaven.
In this dream Keith told me he had become an artist like myself. I was amazed when he began to draw a large mural on the wall. In the foreground he rendered all our beautiful friends we shared when we were young. Then, he began to violently draw these clouds in the background. I gasped, it was a nuclear cloud. Keith had sent me a warning from a place I have been. He was telling me ISIS will get hold of a Atomic Bomb if not stopped.
Last night I told The Rose that Baghdad will fall before Kobane, in five days. I saw the terror in their eyes, and read the body-language of Iraqi military men who did not want ISIS to see on the news they had weapons in their hand, lest they lose their head. Panic will overcome this ancient city especially when they see US helicopters evacuating our citizens. They should do this now, but, that will raise the fear level. Consider Vietnam and Iran taking U.S. hostages. We must assume Iraq has WMD that they have hidden. These weapons must not fall into the hands of ISIS.
Over a month ago after I saw ISIS on the news slaughtering innocent people in the belief they will go to heaven, I went to a place they claim they will go, and cut them off. I have seen heaven, and I beheld God. The message I bring, is, that God/Allah hates ISIS, and wants them destroyed. A week later I painted the Alliance flag, and summoned God/Allah’s Warriors, and men and women who only believe in Peace and Freedom, to come to Rose Mountain, for we have to fight this darkness that is overcoming the world, that takes no prisoners, has no embassadors, and begs you be one with a evil murderous machine.
As a original hippie, this is everything I hate. As a anti-war demonstrator, I see no retreat from ISIS. Not only do I advocate violence, I am bid to apply The Seal of Death directly from God/Allah.
Let is be known that The Hand of God is coming for every member of ISIS. This hand will harvest all the weeds that have grown high amongst the golden sheaves of wheat. This hand shall pluck these weed, and cast them into the fire of eternal damnation. To this end, the AKA is committed. ISIS will not escape the relentless akak fire from the righteous warriors of God/Allah. When they behold the Star of the Warrior Magi, the power will go out of them and they will fear death like no one has feared death, for they will get a glimpse of the hell they will be dispatched to.
All through this blog I speak of a female warrior who will fight by my side at the end of my life so that together we will awaken the Sleeping Kingdom and the Rose of the World. We have met in spirit upon a high place above Kobane, where for now ISIS has planted the death flags that they believe signal a Victoria. But, they have got the attention of the Angel of Death, who comes hither on a white horse.
Last night I tested the metal of the Rose of Paris, and she is unflappable, almost without flaw. When I put in her hand the Sword and the Orilamme, she will be without equal. She will be a Champion of the Truth, a Messenger of the Truth….. from which no one will escape!
Here are the words of ‘The Masked Rose’…..
“Throw Turkey OUT of NATO and dismember Turkey into many pieces. Turkey is a State Sponsor of ISIS terrorism. ISIS is essentially being used as a Turkish proxy army against the Kurds in the autonomous region of Rojava Kurdistan . Turkey gives ISIS arms (including tanks), transports their ISIS recruits across the border, embeds Turkish special forces in their ISIS ranks, treats ISIS wounded in Turkey, and prevents Kurds from assisting the YPG in besieged Kobaně.. President Obam…a , can be the 1st US President , to stand in the Federal Parliament of Democratic Kurdistan and say “MISSION TRULY ACCOMPLISHED” to a standing ovation of Kurdish Parliamentarians in the new Kurdish Federation Nation State of Kurdistan that will unite BASUR, ROJAVA and BAKUR in one United Kurdish Nation State.. The US mission that began with the OVERTHROW of the Saddam Regime will not be Mission Accomplished until we establish the Sovereign Federation Nation state of Kurdistan.The US military needs to have the Sovereign Federation Nation State of Kurdistan established in the heart of the Middle East. Its in their military interest. Its in their national interest..The US military can covertly provide the Kurds with all the hardware the Kurds need. The Kurds require the international political support to establish the Sovereign Federation Nation state of Kurdistan that will effectively THWART ISIS in its tracks.”
When I told the Rose of Paris I was reluctant to revive the Knight Templars, she posted this……
“The cardinal fact is that across the fourteen centuries of Islam’s existence, it has been its death threat that converted people to Islam and it was the same death threat that kept them Muslim. The same death threats are used today to intimate Ayan Hirsi Ali, Salman Rushdie and many others like them to keep them from speaking the truth about Islam.He who was born by the sword shall die by the swordModifying the age-old adage “He who lives by the sword shall die by the sword.” We can say that “Islam which was born by the sword shall die by the sword” As it was a death threat that made people into Muslims and kept them as Muslims, the only way these scum can be shaken out of their adherence to the savagery called Islam is a death threat. Not individual death threats as the Muslims hurl today at Hirsi and Salman, but a death threat of extermination through a nuclear holocaust of the entire Muslim population across the globe!Only when the beastlike Muslims see the determination of a world to do them in, upto their last man and woman, can the Ummah of Islam be smashed.
When the Muslims see that there is no option other than death, if they persist in remaining Muslim, will the fort of Islam be breached and once the first trickle of Muslims who renounce Islam starts, the trickle will turn into a flood and an avalanche that will wipe out Islam.
Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) militants fear Kurdish female Peshmerga fighters due to a belief that being killed by a woman will disqualify them from enjoying 72 virgins in paradise, a U.S. politician has claimed.
Due to the swelling ranks of “Peshmergettes” in combat roles against ISIS militants, many of the extremist rebels are becoming increasingly afraid, UK-based newspaper The Telegraph reported.
“These [ISIS] soldiers apparently believed that if they were killed in battle, they went to paradise as long as they were killed by a man,” Ed Royce, who chairs the U.S. House International Relations Committee told The New York Post.
Another Twitter user said: “ISIS has announced the killing of its youngest jihadist, and says he is in heaven with 72 Barbie dolls,” in apparent reference to a saying propagated by extremist groups that men will be rewarded with 72 virgins in heaven.
Later in the vision in Daniel 12:1 Daniel is informed about the role of Michael during the “Time of the End” when there will be “distress such as has not happened from the beginning of nations” and that:
- “At that time Michael, the great prince who protects your people, will arise.”
In view of this, Michael is seen as playing an important role as the protector of Israel, and later of the Christian Church.
Before I beheld Rena, I began to sketch her with a lead pencil at twelve. I had to get the hairline just right, how it fell over her high cheekbones. When she came out of that darkened doorway by the sea and asked if she could walk with me, I knew, she was the one. Not but two minutes earlier was I on Venice pier looking down on the waves as they came ashore, and asked;
“Where is she!”
To rescue a beautiful maiden in distress is the dream of all gallant knights. Rena let me rescue her. She let me care for her for fifty days on a mountain top, where each evening we went to our special place to behold the stars.
I was born October 8, 1946 just after susnet. There was an amazing starshower. These stars will be seen over England where Rena lives, if she is still alive. I asked for a sign so I could be with her again.
When my Astrologer began her five hour (recorded) reading of my chart, she began
with these words;
“Jon, I have never seen a chart like yours, never knew it was possible. It
begins where all charts in theory begin, on the exact cusp of Pisces and Aries..
For this reason I had to move up the time of your birth ten minutes, or in
theory, you were not born. As it is now, you barely escaped becoming a veritable
prisoner in this lifetime, that is, all the information you came here to share.”
Turkish Kurds look towards the Syrian Kurdish town of Kobani from the top of a hill close to the border line between Turkey and Syria on October 10. (Reuters)
While the Syrian Kurdish fighters are fighting a fierce fight, they remained outgunned by ISIS militants, Rami Abdurrahman, director of the Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, said.
Earlier on Saturday, Kurdish fighters blocked an attempt by ISIS militants to advance into the center of the town, Agence France-Presse reported.
The ISIS assault sparked 90 minutes of heavy fighting with the town’s Kurdish defenders before the militants fell back, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said.
Calls for a greater push against ISIS
The European Union had called on Friday for the international community to play a greater role in the fight against ISIS.
“We are deeply concerned by the security and humanitarian situation in Kobane and the rest of the Syrian Kurdish self-proclaimed autonomous region after three weeks of siege and fierce fighting,” said the statement from the office of EU foreign policy chief, Catherine Ashton.
These statements came after ISIS seized the headquarters of the Kurdish fighters defending the town.
“The people of Kobane have demonstrated to the international community their resolve to use all means to protect their fundamental rights and values and to resist oppression.”
“The EU remains committed to play its role to the full in the fight against ISIL and in solidarity with all people suffering from ISIL actions,” the statement said, using an alternative name for ISIS.
It called for the EU, Turkey and other regional and international partners “to work together more, to isolate and contain the threat of ISIL.”
It raised concerns about recent deaths in Turkey, where Kurds have launched a wave of violent protests against the government’s refusal to cross the border and engage militarily with ISIS fighters.
“The EU is seized of the urgency of the situation and is working on the details of a significant further package of additional support,” the statement added.
An imminent massacre
U.N. envoy for Syria Staffan de Mistura warned on Friday that some 12,000 civilians still in or near Kobane, including 700 mainly elderly people in the town center, “will most likely be massacred” by ISIS militants if the town falls.
Kobane was “literally surrounded,” except for one narrow entry and exit point to the border, de Mistura said.
ISIS launched an offensive to take over Kobane in mid-September where fighting has killed a reported 500 people and forced 200,000 others to flee across the border into Turkey.
Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu lashed out at main opposition Republican People’s Party (CHP) leader Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu on Friday, accusing him of “treason” for hinting that the government has helped the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) and telling him to stop talking.
“Kılıçdaroğlu should just hush,” an angry Davutoğlu told reporters when commenting on the CHP leader’s recent proposal for a new parliamentary motion that will allow the sending of troops to the Syrian Kurdish town of Kobani for the clearly-defined purpose of ridding it of the ISIL militants. “We don’t need his wisdom or ideas.”
In remarks on Thursday Kılıçdaroğlu criticized the government’s handling of a wave of violent demonstrations which were held across Turkey protesting the ISIL attacks on Kobani and the government’s refusal to act to help defend the Kurdish town.
Kılıçdaroğlu accused the government of supporting ISIL’s growth, adding that ISIL’s massacre of “our citizens’ relatives” in Kobani has triggered the most violent protests Turkey has witnessed in decades. The CHP leader criticized a recently approved parliamentary mandate authorizing broad military action in Iraq and Syria and proposed instead a new motion to allow the dispatch of Turkish troops to Kobani to repel ISIL militants there.
The CHP leader said the proposed motion should be strictly limited to the goal of cleansing Kobani of ISIL militants and that it should be introduced in Parliament immediately.
“It is impossible to understand Kılıçdaroğlu. One the one hand, he calls for calm, on the other hand he accuses our government. What he does is irresponsibility and treason at such a critical time,” said Davutoğlu, speaking after visiting Bingöl police chief Atalay Ürker, who was wounded in an armed attack on Thursday night in the eastern province, at a hospital in Ankara. “No one can prove that ISIL has been aided [by the government],” he said.
President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, speaking later in the day at a rally in the Black Sea province of Trabzon, also attacked Kılıçdaroğlu. “He is now giving advice. Keep your advice to yourself,” he said. “Being in this post, I would not wish to speak in such manner but, as the president, I have to state this.”
Speaking during a ceremony for the opening of the 2014-2015 academic year at the Black Sea Technical University (KATÜ) on Friday, Erdoğan: “Who are they who held protests and created bedlam in our cities? You don’t have to be a professor or a distinguished professor to know this. Everything is obvious. The separatist terrorist organization [Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK)] is responsible for it. Who it was that put stones and weapons in the hands of children and killed our police officers is obvious. What will our police do in response to them [the protesters]? Will they hold riot shields against them? Sorry, let no one give us advice. It is no longer possible for our police and soldiers to stop them with riot shields. Both the police and soldiers will do what is necessary.”
Erdoğan also said that Turkey is not a state that will surrender to violent protests or plundering.
Three policemen came under attack in the city of Bingöl on Thursday evening when they were inspecting shops damaged in protests that swept through Turkey’s predominantly Kurdish southeast earlier this week.
Five assailants were killed in clashes after the attack, Interior Minister Efkan Ala said on Friday. News reports said that an armed clash erupted between security forces and assailants after two vehicles did not obey orders to stop from security forces. The security forces found various weapons in the two vehicles.
Thousands of demonstrators have taken to the streets to protest what they see as Ankara’s reluctance to support Kobani, a Syrian Kurdish town on the border, which has been besieged for weeks by Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) militants.
More than 30 people died after demonstrations turned violent, and Turkish troops and tanks were deployed to restore order. Curfews were imposed in several provinces, measures unseen since the 1990s, when the region was rocked by fighting between the military and the PKK.
ISTANBUL — There’s no harsher critic of the Turkish government these days than anonymous U.S. officials. One official, speaking to the New York Times this week, said that Ankara was “inventing reasons not to act” in the besieged northern Syrian town of Kobani; “this isn’t how a NATO ally acts while hell is unfolding a stone’s throw from their border,” the official added. An anonymous U.S. official reached by the Washington Post was no kinder: The Turks, the senior official said, are dragging their feet because “they want the U.S. to come in and take care of the problem.”
The American effort to pressure Ankara to take on a larger role in Kobani, however, has so far been ignored by the Turks. Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said yesterday that it was “not realistic” to expect Turkey to launch a ground operation on its own. Gen. John Allen, the U.S. envoy to the coalition against the Islamic State, is also holding talks in Ankara — though the State Department readout on his visit did not announce any agreement between the two sides, and suggested talks could go on for some time.
So, what’s stopping Turkey from saving Kobani? To try to answer that question, I posed a few questions to Suat Kiniklioglu, a former MP for the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) who rose to become the spokesman for the Turkish parliament’s foreign affairs committee, and the AKP’s deputy chairman for external affairs. Known as a member of the party’s liberal wing, he wasn’t included on the AKP’s list for the 2011 parliamentary elections; he has since served as the executive director of an Ankara-based think tank, and recently began a year in Washington as a visiting senior fellow at the Center for American Progress.
There are two primary conflicts, according to Kiniklioglu, that explain Turkish reticence to get more involved in Syria. The first is between Ankara and the U.S.-led coalition against the Islamic State: “The primary problem remains the divergence on what the priority should be: Assad or ISIS,” he said. “Ankara wants to know what the U.S. vision for Iraq and Syria is.”
Turkey has been pressing the anti-Islamic State coalition to broaden its mandate to include the removal of President Bashar al-Assad’s regime. Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu recently said that Ankara is “ready to do everything if there is a clear strategy” for Syria’s future — but argued that only attacking the Islamic State wouldn’t solve the root cause of radicalization, which is Assad’s grip on power.
Ankara also is leery about bolstering the Kurdish defenders of Kobani. The militia is known as the People’s Protection Units (YPG), which is affiliated with the Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK), a militant organization that has waged a decades-long guerrilla war against the Turkish state. If forced to choose between the YPG and the jihadists, many Turkish officials seem ambivalent:
“For us the PKK is the same as ISIS,” President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said last weekend.
“For us the PKK is the same as ISIS,”